Home » London Dance » Russell Maliphant Company : Conceal I Reveal at Sadler’s Wells – 26th to 28th November 2015

Russell Maliphant Company : Conceal I Reveal at Sadler’s Wells – 26th to 28th November 2015

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This year marks the 20th year of the collaboration between choreographer Russell Maliphant and lighting designer Michael Hulls. Together they have developed a unique relationship between light and movement that is praised the world over.

During Maliphant’s hugely successful career he has received many of the highest theatrical accolades including an Olivier Award, two South Bank Show Awards and three Critics’ Circle Awards. Similarly, Michael Hulls has won several awards including an Olivier for Outstanding Achievement in Dance and a Knight of Illumination award.

Conceal | Reveal is an evening of both new and classic work including the iconic Broken Fall with music by Barry Adamson and danced by Maliphant’s company of  dancers. The company will also perform new creations including a quintet and a solo for former Royal Ballet dancer Dana Fouras. With a commissioned score by Mukul and costumes by Stevie Stewart.

To mark this special occasion, these performances in London will feature guest appearances by Munich’s Bayerisches Staatsballett bringing a commission created in 2014 titled Spiral Pass, including principal performers Lucia Laccara and Marlon Dino.

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Sadler’s Wells website here

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